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>> the moment of silence will be observed in less than an hour here in boston on capitol hill and by the president. back to you. >> before you go, can you talk about tamerlan's very last conversation with his mother? >> i don't actually have that information on me right now but i can tell you a little bit more of what we are learning with the charges unsealed. i am trying to read through the details and it lays out almost minute by minute the details before the bombing, when they had the run in with police on thursday night that led to tamerlan's death. we learning he will not, the suspect will not be tried as an enemy come -- enemy combatant.
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>> couple of oakland a's players visited the young east bay boy injured in the boston bombings, the 11-year-old aaron hern has had a number of surgeries because of shrapnel. the a's are in boston for a series with the red sox. kira klapper has more. >> the visit comes after first lady michelle obama visited aaron hern on thursday and this morning, the players met with the 11-year-old and his family at boston's children hospital. the martinez boy was injured by shrapnel as his mother crossed the boston marathon finish line a week ago today. a family says aaron hern is respond well to treatment but the family does not know when he will come home. also, doctors at boston medical center gave a brief saying that everyone injured in the blast who made it out alive seems likely to survive but that rehabilitation from here on out will be a marathon. >> it will take months for
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people to recover. for those who are in rehabilitation the importance is to integrate mental health services, behavioral health services, into the process. in the interest of promoting optimal healing. >> here is the latest, 180 people were hurt and at least 14 of them lost all or part of a limb. 51 are still hospitalized and three are listed in critical condition, five of 9 victims are in serious condition. all of the injured victims are expected to survive. in the newsroom for abc7 news. >> the senate intelligence committee will conduct its own investigation into the f.b.i.'s handling of intelligence leading up to the boston bombing. senator feinstein chairs the committee and wants did know where yesterday plagues everyone not raised when tamerlan was questioned by the feds before a
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60's month stay in russia. did he it is in the home for six months or doing something else? when he came back to this country, why didn't it ring a bell with the f.b.i. intelligence unit that he should be checked out? >> this morning, the white house defended the f.b.i. performance saying their agents found no ties to terrorism. >> in the wake of the bombings, san francisco police chief is proposing installing security cameras along a busiest corridor. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard has reaction to this idea. >> kristen, security cameras are everywhere in san francisco but they are not here on market street. they are mostly in high-crime areas of the city. in the wake of the boston bombing the police department wants to change that, to protect the public during big events. there are dozens of security cameras along market street. most of them are owned by businesses and not designed to
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keep an eye on big events live the gay pride parade which bring more than a million spectators to the city. san francisco's police chief we wants to set up cameras along market to monitor big events. >> what happened in boston, those cameras would be in great. san francisco has been on heightened alert since the bombing. a private security worker believes police need more tools to ensure public safety. >> people are so crazy you don't know when someone will strike. >> having more cameras would be safer. >> linda has owned a cafe dulce for a decade. >> a lot of changes in our neighborhood but personally, sunny weather and holiday season, we need more cops on the street. >> others have concerns about a big brother atmosphere here violating civil liberties. >> they are just trying to,
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like, i guess get into people's personal business or trying to look at people in the wrong way where it has nothing to do with the security of the event we are looking at. >> didn't do anything wrong. i know there are a lot of people that say, well, it is an invasion of your privacy, but if you are not doing anything wrong , why? >> the board will hold a meeting on security and the chief will present his idea about the cameras. the chief is speaking about his idea in the next hour and our reporter is recovering it with full details tonight on abc7 news. >> thank you. abc7 news is planning a special report at 11:48 our time for the moment of silence that marcy talked about and we are streaming it live on website
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for instant updates follow us on twit other at abc7 news. >> happening now in the east bay, oakland police are on the scene of a homicide investigation. the crime tape can be seen here and police cars on 90th in east oakland. a plan was discovered on the sidewalk shortly after 8:00 this morning. he died at the seen. police have not released any information yet on the suspect. in the south bay, pg&e cap add gas leak that forced evacuations at a mall in san jose. at 10:20 the mall opened when the file fires allowed everyone back inside. the leak was reported shortly after 8:00 a.m. on the north side of the mall two hours before the mall was scheduled to open. >> did you roll down the windows when you were driving in? 72 degrees at 9:30! >> we will check with meteorologist mike nicco and
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talk how high the temperatures are going. >> they will not stop there. that is a cooler spot. here is the reason why we are going to see near record high temperatures the persistent dry during this spring. we will talk how much warm we are, from the sail at half moon bay but that is a different story. four to ten degrees warmer right now than this time year. that puts the temperatures in the mid-to-upper 70's throughout the day and oakland at 72 and we are at 80 in livermore and 81 in los gatos. we will be anywhere from 15 to 20 degrees warmer-than-average. back to you. >> the air traffic controllers are facing furloughs leading to delays for some air travelers. >> why doctors warning teens to stay away from the
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>> breaking news from canada, canadian media reporting police and intelligence agencies have prevent add plot to carry out a major terror attack and arrested suspects in ontario and quebec and involved the f.b.i. and u.s. homeland security officers. we expect to learn more at a news conference in the next half hour. >> federal budget cuts are affecting some flights because furloughs have begun for 47,000
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federal aviation employees. that includes some 15,000 air traffic controllers, east coast flights are hit the hardest s that having a ripple effect on the west coast? we are joined by sfo with that part of the story with amy hollyfield. >> it looks good here. an f.a.a. spokesman said each day this will be one, usually two air traffic controllers here in san francisco on furlough. today, you are doing fine. talk of furloughed air traffic control and possible delays at airports has traveled feeling very confused. >> i was on time but it also says to look out for the three-hour delay so i don't know. >> los angeles experienced delays up to three hours laugh night the first day of sequestration cuts. one traveler sat on the tarmac for an hour. >> officials said the flight was
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canceled. they decided, no they would reroute the plane. we are taking a cab from fresno to los angeles at 1:00 o'clock in the morning. >> the cuts were order by congress and the f.a.a. forces air traffic controllers to take a furlough day every other week to save $600 million. >> a spokesman at sfo says the impact. vary. >> today we are not seeing any effects but it could be something like weather where each day could be a different story. >> lot of it depends on weather, passenger load and scheduling and delays at other airports. although we did not find delays today we had no trouble finding opinions. >> i win they would cooperate and make smart cuts. instead every dick -- of ridiculous across-the-board cuts. >> it is worth it to get the
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deficit down. painful but stressful. >> it puts more stress on air traffic control. it is not right. >> the f.a.a. says this will not impact safety. the advice during all of of this, you have heard it before, check on your fight before you head to the airport with a website handling that for you, and we have a link to it at the furloughs will be in effect until september. >> thank you, amy hollyfield. a great day for short sleeves. >> it is new outfit time. >> springtime. almost summer-like weather. here is a look at at&t park, talk about a gorgeous evening, we will talk about what to expect weapon the diamondbacks take on the giants and how warm. we get? that is ahead. >> if you are trying to lose weight, is it better to start dieting first or exercising first?
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doctors think they have the answer. >> here is a look from our exploritorium camera on the roof of the new explorito
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>> covering fremont, palo alto, north bay and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. you trying to lose weight. which is first? diet? or exercise? a university study says it works out better if you start both at the same time. the report is in the annals of behavioral wisdom which is against conventional wisdom not to make too many changes at work but it comes down to making them both priors and thinking about both throughout the day. test subjects were divided into three grews, dieters, exerciseers and both. the group that did both had the best outcome. >> doctors are warning teens to stay away from a dangerous stunt involving a popular spice that is gain popularity on youtube called the cinnamon challenge. the dare is to swallow a spoon will of cinnamon in 60 seconds without water. doctors today say swallowing a
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lot of cinnamon at once can lead to breathing trouble and collapsed lungs. at least 30 teens needed medical attention after trying it last year. duh...cinnamon is for baking. >> it can lead you to looking ready stupid on youtube. >> my goodness. now, the beautiful day today. move away from fame at any cost. okay, we have some fame in the form of sunshine and near record high temperatures. if you liked yesterday you will like today. it will be a couple of degrees warmer. unfortunately, you see how dry it is and that means the pollen is still going to be out of control again today. check out half moon bay at 57 degrees, a local sea breeze but it is not penetrating the bay yet. that is why we have mid-to-upper 70's in most areas, oak at 72, a cool spot and running near 80 in fairfield and livermore and
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cupertino already. today, near record warmth. simple. done. clear and mild tonight. the cooling trend will start tomorrow and by the end of the week we the traditional work week, thursday into friday, we are going to have a 10 to 20 degree drop. you can see two areas of high pressure developing and the flow around the clockwise flow an offshore wind developing in most areas today. that is why we are going to see some records tumble today. we will talk about the temperatures, the temperatures are very impressive in the south bay, mid-80's, 85 at sunnyvale and los gatos. you need to be in the low 90's in san jose to break a record. palo alto, though, los gatos, warmer at nearly 90. we the sea breeze at half moon bay is 62 but the last sunset means you could be at 70 and the
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downtown san francisco, will the sea breeze make it? i bet we get do 80 degrees before it reaches us late during the afternoon hours. 87 in san rafael and possible record highs, and 83 at oakland and hayward, but they are not the warm spot. 85 in fremont. 86 in castro valley. it could be the first time this year you have to run the air conditioner in the east bay valley at nearly 90. concord at 88 and a record high. the temperatures are you have upper 80's to low 90's, and notice the cloud cover developing and how it is pushing around santa barbara and headed up the big sur coast. what is the surge that takes away our warming trend. that is what we will watch for tomorrow and wednesday. until then, does it get much better at at&t park at 70's degrees at first pitch dropping to 60 with a light breeze. tonight, the temperatures are in
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the mid-50's to near 60 but we will watch the southern surge come up that hits the coast tomorrow and starts to drop our temperatures not much tomorrow, about three to five degrees, and it moves inland on thursday morning when we wake up to the marine layer of clouds and the temperatures are back where they should be, 70's inland and mid-to-upper 60's around the bay and low 60's at the coast so a couple of days of warm temperatures. abc7 news has another great weather resource follow live doppler 7 hd for the latest bay area weather conditions, rain or shine and get video forecast and "spare the air" alert and weather tweets from your favorite weather team. >> the most watched belly in the
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>> at 3:00 on "katie," we are he not going to take it, solutions for those who are driving you nuts. how programmers are taking a cue from hollywood for the best deal. at 5:00, the president raised big bucks this month in california but now the hollywood is asking the white house for pay back. >> now, royal baby news, the duchess is starting to show finally. kate wore a light green coat that did not hide the fat she is almost seven months pregnant. you cannot tell. >> very small if seven months. >> she and the prince are expecting the first child. she wad the crowd while attending a special awards ceremony for hundred agreeds of scouts at windsor candle standing in for the between who was celebrating the
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[dramatic music] ♪ [cheers and applause] >> hi, you. hello, everybody, and welcome to millionaire. today's first contestant has done a lot of things for money, including working as a human guinea pig, and he is hoping for a big win today. from flagstaff, arizona, please welcome matt crowley-miano. hey, matt. [cheers and applause]
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a human guinea pig. what--is that with doctors, or what does that mean, "human guinea pig"? >> yeah, when i was in college, just to make a little bit of extra money, i would participate as a test subject in experiments, and so-- >> like, what kind of experiments? >> i'd get jammed into mri tubes. they'd give me injections-- maybe super powers. [laughs] the most fun one i had, they were testing the genetics of alcohol tolerance, so they brought me into the hospital, they gave me a lot of booze, and then they gave me some money at the end. >> really? >> yeah. >> now, that's my kind of experiment. [cheers and applause]rmined whae by giving you all that alcohol? at what point you could not tolerate any? because that could be dangerous, actually. >> i don't remember. [laughter] >> and i also understand that you-- to relieve some of your tension when you're--you know, things get--and they get tense on this show-- you break out into dance. is that correct? >> i do, yeah. i was a b-boy--a break-dancer-- for a long time. >> oh, is that what "b-boy" means?
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>> yeah. >> oh, i thought it meant something else. it's break-dance boy. oh, i thought it was something entirely different. what does a b--what do you mean? a b-boy... you perform places as a b-boy or... >> yeah, i mean, whenever you want to express yourself, you can just go out. if the music is right, you can dance. >> can i see a little of this or... >> yeah, i can show a move right now. [cheers and applause] this is just a basic move. it's called a baby freeze. >> it's called a baby face? >> baby freeze. >> baby freeze. >> baby freeze, yeah. >> baby freeze. wow. [cheers and applause] i like that. [laughs] okay, pull your pants up now. all right, matt... [laughter] all right, let's see the money in your round 1. okay, computer, please randomize the dollar amounts. now let's check out your categories. computer, please randomize the categories. and now that everything is all shuffled, are you ready? >> i'm ready, yeah.

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